Personal attributes, qualifications and experience
We are looking for applicants with the motivation, commitment, resilience and ability to inspire a love of learning. These are the essential characteristics you’ll need to successfully complete the initial teacher training programme and progress in your career.
You’ll also need:
GCSE Grade C or 4 (or above) in Mathematics
GCSE Grade C or 4 (or above) in English or English Language
GCSE Grade C or 4 (or above) in a Science subject (primary route only)
an Undergraduate Honours degree at a minimum classification of 2:2 (already awarded or anticipate being awarded)
We are committed to attracting trainees from diverse cultural and ethnic backgrounds, men and women, mature candidates, and those from under-represented groups. Many applicants will already have had significant experience of working with children or young adults, possibly as teaching assistants or in a voluntary capacity. Applicants often come from widely differing commercial or industrial backgrounds or other areas of the public sector and we recognise that they have the potential to bring valuable transferable skills and knowledge into the profession with them.
How to apply
To search for our course and to find out more, visit https://getintoteaching.education.gov.uk/how-to-apply
Formal applications need to be made via the UCAS portal (www.ucas.com). Once registered select Loughborough Learning Alliance as the lead school to apply for this School Direct programme with the LLA.
Successful candidates are invited to interview in Loughborough. The interview involves English and Maths tasks, as well as group and individual interviews.
For an informal chat or top find out a bit more, please contact us and we will be more than happy to help.